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Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
ripped off story lines from better hockey movies, nostalgia is all it has going for it.
Don Lathrop over 1 year ago
Lauren Armstrong almost 3 years ago
Haydn Line over 3 years ago
Daniel Jones over 4 years ago
maddie over 4 years ago
Deanna Colt over 4 years ago
Becky almost 6 years ago
Lacey Shinn almost 6 years ago
Gary 6 years ago
Adil Abdulla 7 years ago
Jason Gilmore 7 years ago
Codey Fansler 8 years ago
Kelly 8 years ago
erin 8 years ago
Tyler Perry over 8 years ago
Fallenhalo over 8 years ago
Zoe Southworth over 8 years ago
Victoria Goulborn over 8 years ago
D2: The Mighty Ducks (also known as The Mighty Ducks 2) is the second film in The Mighty Ducks trilogy and the first theatrical sequel to The Mighty Ducks. It was produced by Avnet–Kerner Productions and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures, and it was originally released on March 25, 1994. In the UK and Australia, the film was titled The Mighty Ducks. Former peewee hockey coach Gordon Bombay is a star in the minor leagues and is expected to make it to the NHL soon. However, after a career-ending knee injury, he returns to Minneapolis. Bombay is then offered a chance to coach a team representing the United States in the Junior Goodwill Games. Team USA consists of many of the old Ducks, in addition to five new players with special talents. The lure of celebrity becomes a distraction to Bombay, who begins to neglect the team in exchange for a luxurious lifestyle. Fortunately, easy victories come over Trinidad and Tobago and Italy in the double-elimination tournament. During this time,...
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